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Surveilling Poems

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Premium Member Time Travel
It’s so odd,
how time expands and collapses.
In doing so, 
it scatters the timeline shimmering across the sky.
It left me crumpled,
Surveilling the kaleidoscope that was my life.
Waiting for someone to chance upon my path
and remake the sense of it all.

Yesterday is...Read More
Categories: surveilling, age,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Our Camera-Selves
Everywhere I turn, CCTV
watches me, and judges endlessly.
I never can escape from scrutiny
of what I do and who I ought to be.
See, every cold, relentless lens is me.

My viewpoint’s on the outside, looking in,
Surveilling grimly from beyond my skin, 
The...Read More
Categories: surveilling, anxiety, film, identity, self, technology,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Let's All Fly A Drone
With today's great technology,
our government is spying on everybody.
No one has a shred of privacy,
no matter where we may be,
but I say let's all get in on the fun.
Come on, join me, everyone.

Oh, oh, oh,,..

Let's All Fly A Drone,
over corrupt...Read More
Categories: surveilling, parody, political, satire, song,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Butterfly and the Drone
Part 3 to, Thunder and The Future Soldier, a Trilogy

A wee little boy
From the other side of the world
In the hills of Virginia
Where serenity and calm reign

He meanders home from school
Baseball was such blast
All boys should be sentenced to such...Read More
Categories: surveilling, butterfly, child, religious, war,
Form: Light Verse
Good and evil, in between
my lines, surveilling, undermined
the conquest ailing to divine
I think, and can, and so entwine!

This endless duldrum of remind
in effigy, the pranksters kind
is repitition, factual, hind
while I creative, lag unsigned!

Not now, not this, no not this time
my...Read More
Categories: surveilling, on writing and words
Form: Monorhyme